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Q.  He was famed for great skill in horsemanship; he was foremost at all races and cockfights; and, with the ascendancy which bodily strength acquires in rustic life, was the umpire in all disputes. He was always ready for either a fight or a frolic, but had more mischief and good humor than ill will in his composition. Who is this ?

a. Cotton Mather
b. Diedrich Knickerbocker
c. Brom Bones
d. Geoffrey Crayon

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